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JAMES in CA
Bridgestone heavy duty tubes are all I've used for the past 20 years with NO failures or pinch flats. I ride California rocks and mountains usually with about 15-16 lbs. They are at least twice as thick as a crappy stock tube.Read All Reviews
Mitch in OK
Haven't had a punctured tube during a race or even riding trails practicing for racing I have been on mx tracks but I spend most of my time in the woodsRead All Reviews
Joe in AZ
Terrain is Az desert racing, rock and hard pack dirt. A good product, and the lightest weight of all the bibs I have found. They shrink/ don't last more than two tires in heavy use. I stopped buying them when the prices went into the stratosphere. Back to inner tubes for me.Read All Reviews
Nathan in VT
Saved my butt in the first week of riding over the summer when I got a nasty sidewall puncture. No air in the tire, and it all stayed tight to the rim to get me there and back. I had been short on traction with my bike/tire combo where I ride, being able to drop to like 2-3 psi in the back made a HUGE difference over what I ran with tubes to prevent pinch punctures. Tires are a little hard to mount, but not really more so than getting a tube stuffed in and not pinched, with them lined up. Only real downside is they take a lot of weight to balance if you use them on the road. They specifically state that they aren't intended for street use, so I really can't hold that against them.Read All Reviews
KENNETH in AZ
I have been using these for a few years. I had found one of these in a used bike I purchased and was very happy with the quality, so I am continuing to use these. I do still get pinch flats from deep embedded desert rocks running 12 psi, but no issues at 15 psi.Read All Reviews